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Automated Loan Sweep

​Maximize your funds availability and minimize interest payments by linking your commercial checking accounts with your commercial line of credit.

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​​​​​How It Works

Every business day, M&T will post all deposits, checks and other debits and credits to your organization's commercial checking account. After the ending balance is calculated, any available funds that exist in excess of a predetermined amount (target balance) will be automatically transferred to your commercial line of credit to pay down balances. Conversely, when funds are needed to meet daily requirements, a line advance is automatically triggered from your commercial line of credit.

Automated Loan Sweep service can be used in conjunction with Automated Investment Sweep and/or Zero Balance Account (ZBA) services.​

​Who Can Use It

Organizations with an M&T Commercial Checking account and a commercial line of credit.

​​​Benefits to Your Organization

  • Maximize funds availability
  • Minimize interest payments
  • Automatic advances/pay downs

​​​How to Enroll

To find out more, or to set up Automated Loan Sweep service, please contact your dedicated M&T Relationship Manager or the Commercial Service Team at 1-800-724-2240, Monday–Friday 8am–6pm ET.​DIS-222*-DIS|DIS-324*-DIS